- v.抑制 （感情），缓和 （疼痛）( deaden的过去式和过去分词 ); 减弱 （声音）;
The thick walls deadened the noise from the street.
Unhappiness had deadened her to the lives of others.
My thick clothing deadened the blow.
The dentist deadened the nerve with Novocaine.
In certain people the level of aspiration may be permanently deadened or lowered.
He deadened the noise of the machine with rubber mats.
As he left for cockpit, he gave the deadened shuttle a pat.
She deadened to all sense of shame.
My toes are deadened with cold.
Your constant criticism has deadened their enthusiasm.
My right leg was deadened with cramp.
Exhaust assembly, effectively reduce the noise deadened.
His words seemed to evaporate deadened by the too - still air in this strange room.
The horrible sense of his view of her so deadened her that she staggered.
O Bearer of God, the Giver of Life, enliven me who am deadened by passions.
1. devoid of physical sensation; numb;
"his gums were dead from the novocain"
"she felt no discomfort as the dentist drilled her deadened tooth"
"a public desensitized by continuous television coverage of atrocities"
2. made or become less intense;
"the deadened pangs of hunger"